“A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.” ― Coco Chanel. What an era we are in!! We get to choose the kind of beauty treatments whether it’s ancient Egyptian, Chinese, Moroccan or Indian or a blend of everything nice.
I have been planning to write this post for months now but never quite got around to it.. I got some comments from serious faces asking if I’m dead. Courteous readers, please accept my sincere apologies for not informing about any upcoming changes. As you all know, life has some uncanny ways that we sometimes… Continue reading Break it make it
Two teary soggy eyes One drippy droopy nose Many chunks of chiselled heart Surfacing on a cold wavy bed sheet Yearning a human touch Seeking to moan in love as much Driven by rejection and ignorance Frightening her fluttering heart of clearance Mighty roar of seasons Whelming clouds of emotions Clapping at times mocking Songless… Continue reading Winter Sky
To say what I know about the number 3 can be a story to remember. My son is a God-given, adorable angel and I’m seeing him enter into his 4th year. Now that his 3rd year is over, I know what number 3 means to me. It’s so much a reflection of love and fun.… Continue reading Three means…
“A book should be an axe to chop open the frozen sea inside us.” ― J.M. Coetzee, Summertime. Days packed with reading and nibbling treats are nothing less than amazing. This year started with Summer Reading Challenge (from 1st Dec 2013 to 28th Feb 2014) and still continues in my part of the world. I found this… Continue reading Bibliophile’s affair with Golden cake
It was the end of season of “Lost Socks, Love & Lollipops in the Court of King Caractacus” by Ruby Productions. It took place in John Lees Centre, 15 Evan Street, Penrith, NSW, 2750.
It’s an Op shop! Such a pleasure it is when it comes to making a bargain in op shops (opportunity shops) in every suburb besides stalls meant for donations to Cancer Council, NSW and other councils. Oh the feel and smell of books! 3 sold for a dollar. There’s a wide range of books from old… Continue reading When hobby meets opportunity